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Energy and Sustainable Development in Mexico

By: John R Moroney and Flory Dieck-Assad
154 pages, 22 figures, 61 tables
Energy and Sustainable Development in Mexico
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  • Energy and Sustainable Development in Mexico ISBN: 9781585444625 Hardback Nov 2005 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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The future of the oil and gas industry in Mexico affects both U.S. and world markets and, more importantly, the country's own economic development. Fossil fuels - oil, natural gas, and coal - account for 92 percent of all energy consumed in Mexico, creating two fundamental dilemmas for the country. How can it increase energy consumption at the same time it cleans up the air and water, and how can it sustain growth that is based on a nonrenewable resource? Since oil and natural gas are produced exclusively by Petroleos Mexicanos (PEMEX), a government monopoly, economists John R. Moroney and Flory Dieck-Assad center their study of the Mexican oil and gas industry on the recent history of that company and its complex relationship with the Mexican Secretary of Energy, Secretary of Finance, and Congress. The result is the first detailed account of PEMEX's fiscal situation during the twenty-year period from 1979 to 2000, a period of declining oil and gas reserves.

The authors cogently assess Mexico's goals of sustainability and the major policy changes that will be required to achieve them. This book will be of interest to readers concerned with Mexican economic development and its prospects for the future.

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JOHN R. MORONEY, a professor of economics at Texas A&M University, is the author or editor of a dozen books and many scholarly articles. FLORY DIECKASSAD is a professor of finance and accounting at the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey in Monterrey.
By: John R Moroney and Flory Dieck-Assad
154 pages, 22 figures, 61 tables
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